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This meditation guides you towards releasing tension in the different parts of your body. Where tension is held is where stress is stuck. Where stress is stuck is where discomfort, injury, illness and dis-ease arise. By increasing the mind-body connection through meditation, you increase your ability to notice tense muscles during your day and relax them by simply bringing your awareness and your breath to those parts.
The term "Zen" has been associated to calm and peace in our modern times. In truth, the word itself is derived from the Japanese pronunciation of the Middle Chinese word 禪 (chán), an abbreviation of 禪那 (chánnà), which is a Chinese transliteration of the Sanskrit word dhyāna ("meditation"). Its history is largely attributed to being a school of Buddhism that has been distilled through three cultures: Indian, Chinese, and Japanese, and which takes the practice of meditation as its primary focus.
The practice itself is about being in the present moment, in the NOW. Instead of the mind being pulled to thoughts of the past or the future, from constant ruminating, a Zen meditation encourages you to focus in your current experience. Because truly, the only time you have is right now.
This meditation guides you through a 6-minute practice. In truth, you can practice this anywhere and anytime.
When life feels chaotic because you don't have clarity and alignment between what you value and your actions in the world, you feel scattered and stuck in life, and unable to truly express yourself, it might be time to re-ground yourself back into your own energy field and re-affirm that you're capable, worthy, whole, and loveable with this guided meditation.
This guided meditation will help increase your inner strength and re-connect you with your inner wisdom, through the Hindu 7-chakra healing system. You don't need to know a lot about the 7 chakras in order to gain the benefits that this meditation brings.
When life starts to feel overwhelming and you find yourself in a state where you're forgetting things and you can't give the conversations your full attention, listening to a Sensory Guided Meditation pulls you back to the present. You use all your five physical senses everyday but do you really get to enjoy what they bring to you.
This guided meditation starts with connecting with each of your five senses then guides you towards deeper relaxation with the breath so that you can enjoy the following creative visualisation of being in a peaceful place in nature.
Give yourself ten minutes to send calm to the body and connect with self through the breath. This will guide you through releasing distractions from the outside world and then a somatic practice that naturally deepens your breath, without deliberately increasing your inhalation. The somatic practice relinks a mind-body connection which may have degraded by a sedentary lifestyle. You'll come out feeling grounded and at peace.
Alternate Nostril Breathing, also known as Nadi Shodahana, is a gentle breath practice that balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain. It is practiced with a hand position, where if using the right hand, the forefinger and middle finger are placed in between the eyebrows, the thumb is being used to open and close the right nostril, and the ring finger is being used to open and close the left nostril.
This meditation episode starts with bringing awareness to the breath as it goes through each nostril, then guiding you to do hand positions that presses meridians to increase the intake of breath in each nostril, and then finally moving to the Nadi Shodhana practice.
This is known to bring immediate clarity of thought and focus, in addition to feeling balanced and rejuvenated.
This meditation gradually guides you towards relaxation through the countdown method. Once relaxed and you’re naturally breathing a lot slower, you’ll then be guided to a deeper stress release through longer exhalations which turns the switch on your parasympathetic nervous system. When practiced regularly and consistently, this breath practice contributes to a healthier immune system and brings much needed oxygen to different parts of your body.
This meditation strengthens the mind-body connection through the practice of connecting with your breath and with the different parts of your body. With an increased mind-body connection, there's also an increased awareness of the effects of stress on the body and your ability to release it. It is also known to help with managing pain, simply by bringing awareness and your conscious breath. Best to do lying down where your body is fully supported and comfortable. It is said that just a few minutes of a Body Scan Yoga Nidra meditation equates a few hours of well-rested sleep.
This meditation guides you towards deep muscle relaxation through the contract-and-release exercise. When this is listened to once, it releases stored muscle tension. When listened to regularly, you'll become more aware when muscle tension arises in your day-to-day and have greater ability to release it.
Best listened to at night for a sound, deep sleep.